account

account
n. Klantenrekening (bij computers - ook regeling die toegang verleent tot service of tot het Internet netwerk); rekening (boekhouding); beschrijving; reden
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v. verantwoorden; rekening houden met, zich gedragen ten opzichte van
account1
[ əkaunt]
I 〈telbaar zelfstandig naamwoord〉
verslagbeschrijving; verklaring, uitleg 〈van gedrag〉
rescontreafrekening, verrekening 〈voornamelijk op de Londense beurs〉
rekeningfactuur
(vaste) klant
voorbeelden:
1   by all accounts naar alles wat men hoort
     by one's own account naar eigen zeggen
     give/render an account of verslag uitbrengen over
3   account of goods purchased inkooprekening, inkoopfactuur
II 〈telbaar en niet-telbaar zelfstandig naamwoord〉
〈voornamelijk geldwezen, handel〉rekening 〈ook figuurlijk〉
voorbeelden:
1   account of re-exchange retourrekening
     for the account and risk of voor rekening en risico van
     on one's own account voor eigen rekening
     add/charge something to someone's account, put something down to someone's account iets op iemands rekening schrijven
     balance/settle/square (one's) accounts with someone de rekening vereffenen met iemand; 〈ook figuurlijk〉afrekenen met iemand
     charge an account een rekening belasten
     have/keep an account at/with the bank een rekening hebben bij de bank
     open an account at/with the bank een rekening openen bij de bank
     pass to account op rekening stellen/zetten
     pay (in)to the account op rekening betalen/storten
     for account of voor rekening van
     on account op rekening
     to someone's account op iemands rekening
do/keep (the) accounts boekhouden
     not on any account in geen geval
     on account of wegens
     on no account in geen geval
     on that account om die reden, daarom
III 〈niet-telbaar zelfstandig naamwoord〉
rekenschapverantwoording
beschouwingaandacht
belangwaarde, gewicht
voordeelprofijt, winst
voorbeelden:
1   bring/call someone to account for something iemand ter verantwoording roepen voor iets
     give/render account of rekenschap afleggen over
2   leave something out of account, take no account of something iets buiten beschouwing laten
     take something into account, take account of something rekening houden met iets
3   hold something in great account iets van groot gewicht/grote waarde achten
     of no account van geen belang
4   invest to good account beleggen in winstgevende zaken
     put/turn something to (good) account zijn voordeel met iets doen
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account2
〈werkwoord〉
beschouwen (als)houden voor, rekenen (onder)
voorbeelden:
1   they accounted Tim guilty zij verklaarden Tim schuldig
→ account foraccount for/

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